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The Malaysia Super Sale will begin on 1 February until 15 March, offering shoppers 43 days of discounts and bargains at shopping malls and retail outlets nationwide.

The sale season coincides with significant celebrations including Valentine’s Day on 14 February as well as Chinese New Year on 16 and 17 February, thus providing ample opportunities for shoppers to make advanced preparations for the special day.

Shoppers can expect not only discounts of up to 70% on goods and services but also marvel at the gorgeous decorations put up at each shopping mall.

Among the shopping malls in the Klang Valley contributing towards the excitement of the sale, season is Pavilion KL, Sunway Pyramid, Sunway Putra Mall and Sungei Wang.

At Pavilion KL, the Chinese New Year decorations begin at the iconic landmark just outside the entrance of the mall at the Pavilion Crystal Fountain where shoppers can toss a coin to make a wish. Then step into the colorful gardens of the Main Entrance where flower blooms cascade from above “blessing” those who visit. Pavilion KL’s “Dream Garden of Prosperity” theme goes all out to bless its visitors with good wishes and prosperity. It’s all part of the Visit Pavilion KL 2018 campaign to encourage more people to stopover at the award-winning mall.

Meanwhile, Sunway Pyramid goes with “The Merriment of Spring” theme, rewarding shoppers with a chance to grab All-Season Prosperity Angpows and Reunion Dining Sets. A photo booth featuring a traditional tea house set-up is where shoppers can snap as many photos as they want. There is also a variety of stalls selling the usual Chinese New Year offerings such as beard candy, traditional candies, calligraphy, fresh flowers, and traditional costumes. Shoppers can also enjoy lion dance performances every Saturday at the Concourse.

Not to be outdone, Sunway Putra Mall will ring in the celebrations with its “Wind of Blessings” theme. Visit the Flower Market by Green Pasture selling bountiful blooms, or look out for festive essentials at the Spring Bazaar. Apart from that, there are also great deals and irresistible offers at RM8 at selected outlets. Lion dance performances and art and craft activities are also scheduled while the public are encouraged to toss their wishes at the Tree of Blessings for a special someone and the mall will grant selected wishes. To add to the festive atmosphere, there will be a “Mandarin Orange Eating Competition” for the public to participate and win amazing prizes.

Sungei Wang, one of the oldest shopping malls in KL, is also ready to usher in the year of Earth Dog with the theme “Sungei Wang Garden of Wealth” to spread wealth and prosperity to all its visitors. One of the main highlights at the mall is the Golden Money Tree Ang Pao Pick where shoppers have a chance to win the grand prize of RM888 cash if they are lucky enough to choose the right red envelope! Also not to be missed at the mall is the attempt by the QiLing Dragon Lion Dance Association to enter the Malaysia Book of Records for the title of Longest LED Dragon Dance. The dragon, at a whopping length of 668 feet, will be paraded around the entire Bukit Bintang area at 7pm on 3 February.


Other shopping malls are also going all out to make this sale season a spectacular one. Don’t forget to check out Fahreneit88 with their “Bundles of Luck” celebration; Intermark Mall with their “Streams of Harmony” theme; Suria KLCC with their daily prosperity giveaways; and more!

While shopping in Malaysia is considered one of the popular tourist activities due to the favorable exchange rate, quality of products and diversity of choice, the experience goes up a few notches during the three annual sale seasons in the country.

The other two sale seasons not to be missed are the Malaysia Mega Sale Carnival from 15 May to 31 July and the Malaysia Year End Sale from 1 November to 31 December this year.

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December is usually the favourite month of many, as families begin their school holidays, get ready to go on their year-end vacations, and celebrate the new year and the festivities. The festive mood is definitely “on” in Malaysia and you’ll find lots to do to mark the last month of the year.

For a start, December will see the final part of the 1Malaysia Year End Sale where shopping malls across the country make that last effort to attract shoppers with discounts and bargains galore. Bargain-hunters can flock to the malls and bring home cart-loads of merchandise. Don’t be put-off by the crowded malls – it’s just the last minute Christmas shoppers and overzealous parents getting ready for the new school year (Malaysian schools begin their annual term in January).

If you are heading south with your family, Legoland in Johor has special holiday activities in store. The “Snow” Village is set up to shower “snow” upon visitors for that wintry effect while the one-of-a-kind Christmas market will be selling various festive items not forgetting some unique festive themed Lego products. Special Christmas shows will also be performed as the resort counts down the days towards Christmas and lights up the tallest Christmas tree in Asia made entirely of DUPLO Blocks.


Meanwhile Resorts World Genting offers endless fun and joy up in the cool mountains of Pahang. Its School Holidays Package features the Monkey King Show: The Golden Hooped Rod that will enthrall audiences with exciting acrobatics, music, dance, magic tricks and amazing 3D effects.

And if you are a cartoon fan, Tour the World with Snoopy will feature everyone’s favourite beagle and the Peanuts gang parading around the hill-top resort in 52 custom-made international costumes of different countries and cultures. These colourful characters complete with Christmas tree floats will meet and greet visitors as they spread festive cheer at SkyAvenue and Genting Grand in their daily street parade.

While here, do pop in to SeniKome Péng Hēng, East Coast Arts Cultural Centre at the adjacent First World Plaza for a bit of a culture buzz. The 15,000 square foot gallery is dedicated to promoting the beauty of East Coast Malaysia’s local craft, fashion, games, food and music. Besides viewing the authentic artefacts and paintings, visitors can also watch performances such as the wayang kulit, and try their hand at folk games such as congkak, batu seremban and traditional hopscotch.

The multicultural Malaysia ensures that all races are equal and free to practise their traditions and rituals. The differences in language, culture, history and traditions, and the peaceful harmony among all races are, in fact, the very attractions that appeal to visitors and tourists from other countries. Certainly, December is the month to talk about how truly Asia Malaysia is.

Evidently, pre-Christmas countdown starts in shopping malls as early as in November. Nationwide, and especially in Kuala Lumpur, the spirit of Yuletide is in the air as hotels and shopping malls get decked out in reds and greens, Christmas trees, “snow,” and colourful baubles, and Santas, Santarinas and their elves make an appearance. While Christmas songs get extra airplay at this time of year, the carollers, too, warm up their vocal cords for some festive singing. Catch all this at your favourite shopping malls (highly recommended are Pavilion KL, Suria KLCC, Intermark Mall and Mid Valley Megamall) or nearby hotels.


For tourists who find themselves in tropical Malaysia during the Christmas festivities and wish to attend mass to mark the special day, there are plenty of churches of various denominations to head to. In the capital city stands the famous Cathedral of St John The Evangelist, with its white-washed walls, twin spires and stained glass windows, a favourite for many tourists, expatriates as well as the regular parishioners. It was erected in 1883 in the heart of Bukit Nanas, and has become one of the national monuments that remains of the British administration of Malaysia.

And as the final day of the year descends upon us, what better way to greet the new year than with a spectacular fireworks show? Well, in Kuala Lumpur, there are a couple of places that offer “front-row seats” to a great fireworks show. Go early to book a spot on the lawns of Merdeka Square or KLCC Park. Alternatively, take in a nice dinner and late night drinks at the city’s rooftop bars such as Troika Sky Dining and Sky Bar, before the light show starts!


Venue:  Various, nationwide

Date:  Whole December

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Orange Pekoe


Orange Pekoe is a renouned guesthouse within a Bukit Bintang area in a core of Kuala Lumpur. The guesthouse was creatively named The Nest, though motionless on a name change after other guesthouses (of reduction quality) motionless to use a same name. The guesthouse is located during a really good mark in a core of KL, during walking stretch of several sights. The Bukit Bintang area is generally renouned due to a vast volume of selling malls. The really renouned selling core Pavilion KL is during no some-more than a 5 notation travel from a guesthouse.

The guesthouse is flattering basic, though they have suspicion entirely about what a bill traveler wants. You have giveaway Wi-Fi, a common fridge, coffee- and tea comforts and a vast offer of brochures and information flyers on all a attractions and sightings within a city.

The bedrooms are really nice. They all come with air-conditioning, and many a bedrooms have their possess showering and toilet. A few bedrooms share these facilities, though a cost for a night’s stay is also many lower. When we leave we can simply leave a room pivotal during a accepting desk, so we won’t remove it.

Breakfast during Orange Pekoe is flattering basic. Actually it isn’t that special, we are improved off going to one of a many selling centers after 10am, given there are many improved spots to have breakfast at. If we wish a elementary sandwich, or usually a snack, go revisit The Loaf during a front opening Pavilion KL. If we suffer a good crater of coffee, Espressament Illy is a good coffee place during a left side of a Pavilion KL categorical entrance. In many selling malls we will find dozens of good restaurants, where they mostly have a lunch menu as well.

Orange Pekoe is located nearby a renouned nightlife area famous as Changkat Bukit Bintang. When we cranky a travel from a guesthouse, we will find several good western restaurants and bars along a categorical road, Jalan Changkat Bukit Bintang. Several meters divided from a guesthouse we will find a few good Mamak restaurants. Our favorite Mamak grill is Bahdushah. It is located during Jalan Nagasari, that is right opposite from a Parkroyal Serviced Suites and a Istana Hotel.

From a guesthouse we will get to a monorail hire Raja Chulan within a 5 minutes’ walk. You can simply take a monorail to KL Sentral from here, that will also lead we to a sight going to a airport, or a metro that will lead we to other attractions (such as Chinatown, KLCC and even a Batu Caves). From a guesthouse we can travel to a behind opening of Pavilion KL within 5 minutes, where a walking hovel (elevated and covered) between Bukit Bintang and KLCC begins. This approach it is usually a 10-15 notation travel to a Petronas Twin Towers, and to a renouned selling mall Suria KLCC. Near a prior mentioned Changkat Bukit Bintang lies Jalan Alor, a renouned foodstreet with many internal hawkers. In this area we will also find several selling centers (like a renouned IT/gadget mall Plaza Low Yat, Sungei Wang and Berjaya Times Square).








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Christmas in Malaysia

I am roving in Malaysia during Christmas, what can we expect?

When someone mentions ‘Christmas’, snow, flashy hunger trees, presents and of course, Santa Claus comes to mind. It’s tighten to unfit to have a white Christmas in Malaysia though this doesn’t meant that a celebrations are reduction festive, for Christmas is distinguished a Malaysian way!


Many demeanour brazen to a Christmas decorations put adult by a selling malls. The set adult is positively flattering with enormous Christmas trees; some are even as high as 6 storeys and are heavily embellished with baubles, candy canes and angels. The malls change their thesis any year and try to surpass any other, usually to a benefit. One year, we had one mall ‘scattered’ with life-sized teddy bears in line with their ‘Beary Christmas’ thesis while another had genuine feign ‘snow’ falling, heading to an aged male exclaiming, ‘Wow, there’s snow, there’s snow!’. We were indeed there a initial time Pavilion KL started this snowwy tradition. Hundreds came to a block in front of a mall, to see a sleet entrance down (it was indeed a soap-like substance, though nobody disposed and everybody had a good time).

As Christmas approaches, don’t be astounded to find a Christmas suggestion in even a non-Christians. Malaysians from all walks of life spend a Christmas holidays visiting their friends with their families. At Christmas countdowns in comparison locations, we can see people enjoying a gratifying hearten and wishing any other happy holidays and Merry Christmas.

You can see people wearing a signature red top of St Nicholas and grooving to a kick of Christmas songs. There is even caroling in some malls and a assembly are from opposite walks of life and sacrament too. At a workplace, colleagues classify a tip Santa eventuality to sell gifts, where each member of a group shares a suggestion of giving, regardless of status, age or race. Christmas is not exclusively for Christians here in Malaysia though it’s distinguished by all in their possess singular approach though disrespecting their possess religion.


Most Malaysians, celebrating or not, group to a selling malls – a standard Malaysian past time. There, they suffer a activities and events orderly by a malls and even do some shopping, holding advantage of a Christmas and Year End Sale. On a night of Christmas eve, when a time strikes twelve, several locations perform firework displays to acquire Christmas with a bang. Malaysians group to these locations progressing during a day to get good spots to perspective a pretentious displays of fireworks. As usual, we can find Malays, Indians, Chinese and even unfamiliar visitors enjoying a uncover together. In Malaysia, we don’t need to be a Christian to suffer Christmas and have a holiday suggestion in you.


In Malaysia, Christmas is usually distinguished on Christmas Eve. The tangible initial day of Christmas is mostly business as common for many Malaysians. The sensuous decorations can't be taken down shortly adequate after Christmas, as afterwards all a mall will repeat a same ‘contest’ for a impending New Years Eve (which is immediately followed by Chinese New Year preparations). The is no second day of Christmas, as this is usually tradition in a few countries in a world. Many restaurants have special Christmas Eve menus. This is your possibility to eat out during a imagination restaurant, as due to foe prices are mostly really low. Usually western oriented restaurants also have a special Christmas menu for a 25th of December.


Many expats in KL take a few days of holiday during Christmas, to transport to a good end within Malaysia. Though it is utterly fun to spend Christmas during one of a islands of Malaysia, for instance during Langkawi or Penang, a many renouned place in Malaysia to revisit around Christmas is Cameron Highlands. The highlands have a cold(er) climate, and a environment is ideal to replicate that cold Christmas Eve. Many hotels and resorts are entirely requisitioned during Christmas, so make certain we book beforehand. This goes generally for a some-more disdainful and regretful places. Three really renouned places to stay overnight during Christmas are The Smokehouse Hotel ***, The Lakehouse **** and Cameron Highlands Resort *****.

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GOKL giveaway city train service

Now we can ride for giveaway between Suria KLCC and Bukit Bintang, and between Bukit Bintang and Chinatown! There’s even giveaway on house Wi-Fi.

GOKL giveaway city train use is meant to offer a Kuala Lumpur Central Business District (CBD). It was launched to assistance urge open mobility in a areas KLCC, Bukit Bintang and Chinatown in Kuala Lumpur. Tourists will adore a new train service, as it provides an choice to a high cab prices in and around KLCC. Often cab drivers in this area of KL are demure to expostulate on a meter. Tourists compensate bound prices that infrequently are 10 times aloft than what it should have been when pushing on a meter.

The giveaway city train use has been in operation given Aug 31, 2012 and it serves dual categorical routes called a Green and Purple Line. Travelers can bound on and off during countless central GOKL City Bus stops, many of these located conveniently nearby attractions, selling malls, fb areas or joining modes of ride (like a monorail and LRT).

The Green Line commutes between KLCC and Bukit Bintang. Besides a newly non-stop walking sky tunnel, travelers now have a second choice to ride from one territory of a core of KL to a other. This train track has a stop in front of Suria KLCC (where we also have a iconic Petronas Twin Towers) and Starhill/Pavilion KL (along Bukit Bintang) and countless other engaging stops along a way. For example, stop nr.5 is in front of a entrance highway towards a KL Tower, a renouned captivate in KL. There is also a stop nearby Lot10 and Sungei Wang, right pound in a center of Bukit Bintang.

Map Green Line Free GOKL Bus

The Purple Line takes travelers from a Bukit Bintang area to Chinatown and back. You can get on a train in front of Pavilion KL, and we can get out during a Central Market, or directly in Chinatown. Travelers that arrive (or depart) by train during Pudu Sentral can use a Purple Line to ride giveaway of assign to a Bukit Bintang and KLCC area. There now are a sum of 15 buses on a GO-KL use and any can accommodate adult to 60 people per bus. Outside of rush hours there should be a train each 5 to fifteen minutes. Each train will yield easy accessibility for a disabled, such as wheelchair ramps. Free Wi-Fi is supposing for a preference of tech savvy travelers. The GOKL train use operates between 6am and 11pm daily.

Map Purple Line Free GOKL Bus

All in all this new use is a good growth for KL citizens, though also for unfamiliar tourists. The train routes are located within areas where there routinely weren’t that many choice ways to ride besides a – mostly costly – taxi. The stop during Bukit Bintang (Ain Arabia nearby Lot10 selling mall) functions as a heart where we can switch lines seamlessly. There are skeleton to launch even some-more giveaway GOKL train routes in a nearby future.

You can download a .pdf with a stream routes here.


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